Entrepreneur Exercises and Training
Not everyone is born with the ‘Entrepreneur Gene’. While you may want to be your own boss it isn’t always that simple – ‘want to’ and ‘executing’ are worlds apart. You know deep down that you want to start your own business but may fear that you lack experience, have been indoctrinated with the 9-5 worker mentality, don’t know where to start, are afraid of leaving the security of a steady pay check, aren’t sure how to get funded or another one of the laundry list of reasons why the ‘I want to!’ never makes it to ‘I did it!’.We want to ensure that instead of waking up saying ‘I’ll do it tomorrow’ or ‘I’ll try again next week’, which more often than not turns in to never, that we’ll instill the confidence you’ll need to take that first step.
We’ll arm you with critical thinking, fictitious scenarios and processes that will become real as you develop your own business ideas, validate and eventually execute on them. It’s easier to make decisions with fictitious money and businesses, even easier to make the tough decisions that may be difficult if you’re emotionally invested in a project.
This will help teach you to be objective, share experiences of other businesses, and apply key learnings to future endeavours.
This guide will also take you on a journey of self discovery and helps you structure the business the right way according to your strengths and working habits along with a variety of other qualities you may be surprised you possess!
We’re on a mission to open your mind, get you thinking like an Entrepreneur and laying the foundation that will allow you to be successful and actionable right now.
By working through these exercises you may even come up with a fantastic business idea right for YOU! At the very least you’ll emerge thinking like an Entrepreneur, recognizing opportunity at every turn, and will be able to add structure to the way you approach business, objectivity, risk / challenge analysis along with everything else that comes with starting and managing your own business.